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Enjoy the cool Kenyan beaches

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Cheetah on The prowl in Masai Mara

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African Elephants

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African Male Lion

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Luxurius Lodges

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Eagle diving for Fish in Lake Naivasha

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Leopard atop a tree in Masai Mara

Masai Mara Safari

Experience the wild but memorable Masai Mara in the Kenyan Rift Valley. See all the big five animals live, which include the Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Rhino and the Leopard. Masai Mara is well known for the Wildebeest Migration and is a spectacle to watch especially when the wildebeests and Zebras are crossing the deadly Mara river which is infested by ferocious crocodlies. There are numerous lodges and camps at the Mara which range from high end to middle to low budget camps. Tourists can enjoy game drives in the early mornings and late evenings

Beach Holiday in Kenya

Enjoy the luxurious coastal beaches in Mombasa, Diani, Kipwepwe, Kiwayu, Malindi, Lamu andother coastal towns. Here, u will be treated to the cool breezes of the Indian Ocean, magnificence of the palm trees, accommodation at the 3-star to 5-star lodges. You can enjoy sports such as snorkelling, sky diving, deep sea diving and so much more. Also experience the rich cultural heritage of the ancient Lamu town, which as a World Heritage site, the numerous museums at the coast, the gede ruins and the Vasco Da Gama monument.

Kenya Safari

Kenya is one of the best tourist destinations in the world. It is a beautiful country endowed with wildlife, sandy beaches, mountains, rivers, water falls and rich culture. There are more than 40 national parks with wildelife such as lions, elephants, cheetahs, leopards, buffaloes, rhinos, zebras, monkeys and more. Birds found in Kenya include eagles, kingfishers, herons, cranes, egrets, hawks and many others. The rivers and lakes have fishes, crocodiles, hippos and other aquatic animals. There are numerous Museums where one can learn more about Kenya, The most prominent one being the national Museum of Kenya, situated in Nairobi.

Adventure Sports

kenya has varying terrain which provide very favourable grounds for extreme sports. At the sagana river, near Sagana town one can enjoy White water rafting, bungee jumping and also get treated to bird watching expeditions. At the Kenyan coast, tourists can enjoy sky diving, snorkelling, deep sea diving, surfing, swimming, dolphin watching and so much more.

Hot AIr Balloon Safari

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Bird Watching Safaris

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Nairobi Excursions

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Luxury Tented Safaris

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Wedding and Honeymoon safaris

Experience your honeymoon deep in the heart of Africa, where you and your lover can feel the thrill of the luxurious coastal beaches, watch the beautiful african sunset, go on game drives and watch the gracious wildlife in Kenya, take a hot air balloon safari, enjoy a helicopter ride and so on There are also numerous wedding venues in major towns and also in lodges situated in national parks.

Mountain Climbing

Mt Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second in Africa. It is lies across the Equator near Nanyuki town. It is 5199m above sea level and acts a paradise for lovers of mountain Climbing. The Lenana peak can be accessed by foot, but Batian and Nelion peak are only accessible through technical climbing. Other areas one can enjoy hiking include the Ngong' Hills, Mt Elgon, Shimba Hills, Aberdare Mountains and Mt longonot.
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